Lawler Sustainability has achieved a number of key ‘Firsts’ in the area of Sustainability.
Sustainable Authority of Ireland (SEAI)
First to use the EXEED grant process in the SEAI’s own offices.
As part of the introduction to EXEED, Lawler Sustainability carried out an independent EXEED process for SEAI to provide energy upgrades to their offices.
Worked closely with Lidl Ireland over several years on a sustainability journey that delivered their first BREEAM rated store in Clonakilty, the development of their first net zero energy store in 2022, and the first EDGE certification across Lidl Ireland’s entire building stock.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Our team was involved in the retrofit and extension of the EPA HQ in Wexford, and energy upgrades to their building stock throughout the state. This included delivering their first Miscanthus Biomass Boiler in Ireland.
Abbey Creative Quarter
The Abbey Quarter in Kilkenny is the first site in Ireland registered as a Neighbourhood Development and is a part of the Strategic Development Plan.
Dublin City Council
Working with Dublin City Council and Codema, our team delivered the first Energy Performance Contract in Ireland. We performed energy upgrades on three leisure facilities across Dublin and picked up a European Energy Award for our work.
Our team was incredibly excited to deliver the first application of Mitsubishi “Water Cooled” Air Conditioning for domestic hot water and pool water heat recovery.
Our team worked closely with Dunnes Stores to deliver their first LEED Store in 2022. We were delighted to achieve a Gold rating.
Our team has a long history of collaborating with Brown Thomas and working on their sustainability development. We developed the brand’s first BREEAM in Use project
Our team played a pivotal role in delivering Applegreen’s first LEED project on Co Dublin. this was very strategically important to pave their way in entering the US market.
Department for the Environment
Our team is currently involved in the deep retrofit of Tom Johnson House, the first major and the largest public sector deep retrofit in the history of the state.